This time of year always feels like a mad dash to the end. 2012 is going to be no different. Work is going to kick our behinds and I am gonna have to work some serious weekend-cooking magic to keep us fed during the few work weeks that we have left in the year. Keeping it even easier than usual to make sure that we don’t wander off to too many restaurants for dinner.
Split Pea Soup Lentil Minestrone* | Crispy Eggplant Sandwiches
Spaghetti & Salads
Celebration Roast | Lentil Salad | Roasted Cabbage
* Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison
We finally invested in a juicer. We’ve been wanting one for years and the time seemed right. We are stoked to try out new juice recipes and are breaking it in with the gazillion pounds of citrus that we have lying around. Greens and beets will make nice additions.
Do you have a go-to source for juicing tips and recipes? Have no idea where to start…
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We order citrus from Johnson’s Backyard Garden and pick up bulk bags of Texas Sweets when they are in good shape at HEB. They have LOTS of local citrus right now. Totally feeling the reality of its size today. It is a honker. We got a Breville – impressed with how quickly it makes juice and how easy it is to clean, but it took me over two years to figure out what to do (suckers are expensive). Off to figure out where to put the thing… 🙂
That’s what I was thinking about getting too. I know I saw a roadside citrus stand somewhere on the east side but I don’t remember where.
I’ve been thinking about getting a juicer a lot. I wish they weren’t all so big! My main problem is where to keep it and which one to get.
Where have you been getting your citrus?